Well, that is it for Percona Live 2016! This year was bigger and better than last year and included more sponsors, speakers, technologies, and talks than ever before. Once again we’d like to thank everybody who participated, and the entire open source community in general: without your dedication and spirit, none of this would […]Read more
It’s almost time for the closing remarks and passport prize give away at Percona Live 2016, but still the talks keep coming. I was able to quickly pop into a lecture on MongoDB Security with Stephane Combaudon, MySQL Consultant at Slice Technologies.
Stephane went over some of the reported security issues with MongoDB and explained that MongoDB has good […]
We’re starting to wind down here at Percona Live 2016, but there are still talks to see even this late in the conference! One of the talks I saw was Sometimes “Less is More” for dash-boarding and graphing with Michael Blue, Senior DBA at Big Fish Games.
In this talk, Michael discussed how monitoring specific metrics can be […]
Wednesday night at Percona Live 2016 was reserved for fun, fun, fun! Once again, the Percona Live Game Night proved to be a popular and amazing event. There were more games this year than last, as well as food, drinks, and lots of friendly competition!
This year, besides the ever-crowd-pleasing Meltdown Challenge, there were Segway […]
We wrapped up Thursday morning’s Percona Live 2016 keynotes (April 21) with The MySQL Community Award Ceremony. The MySQL Community Awards is a community-based initiative, with the goal of publicly recognizing contributors to the MySQL ecosystem. The idea is to publicly recognize contributors to the MySQL ecosystem. The entire process of discussing, voting and awarding […]Read more
We’re heading into the final day here at Percona Live 2016! People are looking a little tired, but still excited for some excellent talks today. Once again the day started off with two great keynote lectures. Read to the end for an important announcement!
Peter Zaitsev, CEO of Percona
Winning with Open Source Databases
Peter discussed what makes […]
The second day of Percona Live 2016 is wrapping up, but I still wanted to get to one last lecture. Fortunately, there was a great one available: What’s New in MySQL with Geir Høydalsvik, Senior Software Development Director at Oracle, and Simon Mudd, DBA at booking.com.
MySQL 5.7 is an extremely exciting new version of the world’s most popular open […]Read more
The afternoon sessions at Percona Live 2016 are just as intriguing as the morning sessions. I’m trying to hit as many as I can, especially talks on interesting and upcoming technologies that are improving deployments and manageability. One of the talks I saw in this vein was MySQL and Docker Strategies, given by Patrick Galbraith, Senior Systems […]Read more
The second day at Percona Live 2016 is moving along, and there is just too much to see to get to it all. Percona acquired Tokutek last year and with it a MongoDB platform. I was interested in learning more about MongoDB this year at Percona Live 2016, and I’m not disappointed! There is […]Read more
It’s another packed day here at Percona Live 2016, with many, many database topics under discussion. Some technical, some strategical, and some operational. One such talk I sat in on was given by Ernie Souhrada, Database Engineer and Bit Wrangler at Pinterest. His talk was called Operational Buddhism: Building Reliable Services From Unreliable Components.
In it he […]